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Thursday, 05 November 2009


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The Entrepreneur Newsonline Inc.

Mr Biya's destiny for Cameroon has been to create peace and tranquility for Cameroonians to build. Unfortunately, God gave him lazy complainants....His legacy would be judged by Cameroonians who will come in 200 yearss time. Cameroonians of today are unfit to judge him.....since when did hungry idlers pass fair judgment?

Danny Boy

The Entrepreneur,
you are a product of that failed State and all her systems! Sloppy journalism.
" since when did hungry idlers pass judgement?"
Hungry idlers in Cameroon? As I commented in one of my ripostes, logic escapes you! So you accept that there is hunger in Cameroon! A failed agricultural system or a failed State with all her big ambitions!
My Brother is lost between Kumba and Mamfe. With the broken bridge and landslides in Bamenda, he thought he could get home through Mamfe! I hope he is not turkey to some Abeo-kotats in your jungles!

The Entrepreneur Newsonline Inc.

Danny Boy...
Yes, Like in China too?

Danny Boy

The Entrepreneur,
have visited your link above. Do me a favour and read too this World Bank Report of 1993!It is on the same region!

'World Bank; 1993. The East Asian Miracle: Economic Growth and Public Policy, New York: Oxford University Press. August--October 1993; Volume 4, Number 4.'

I would pray that others read this report too.


The Entrepreneur Newsonline Inc.

who is the world bank? do asian countries have better public policy than Egypt & Botswana? Are World Bank reports more authentic than what we know? do you know how much money western governments pumped into Korea, Malaysia and Singapore so that North Korea, China and Russia should look like a pittance? please....
(1)Asian states e,g, South Korea where ruled by military dictators supported by the west who pumped in money to prevent them from giving face to the Chinese communist leadership
(2) the inherent Asian patriotism that African leadership and its citizens like you do not have also contributed to the progress of those states.
where are your chinese coursemates? they've all return to china working for a pitance of yuan to build the land that they will live in their old age.....
(3) please, stop this childish deceit! Stop fooling yourself..........

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